Brien Posey

Brien Posey is a freelance technology author and speaker with over two decades of IT experience. Prior to going freelance, Brien was a CIO for a national chain of hospitals and healthcare facilities. He has also served as a network engineer for the United States Department of Defense at Fort Knox. In addition, Brien has worked as a network administrator for some of the largest insurance companies in America. To date, Brien has received Microsoft’s MVP award numerous times in categories including Windows Server, IIS, Exchange Server, and File Systems / Storage. You can visit Brien’s Website at:

5 PowerShell Tips Every User Needs To Know

5 PowerShell Tips Every User Needs to Know

PowerShell is Microsoft’s preferred administrative tool for Windows and is being increasingly used in cross-platform environments. Despite its usefulness and versatility, PowerShell has a reputation for being hard to learn. This article explains a few PowerShell tips you need to know that will make learning PowerShell easier.

How Can I Find Out A Server’s Hardware Specification

How Can I Find Out a Server’s Hardware Specification?

When an IT professional has to address a problem with an unfamiliar system, they often need to know the machine’s hardware specification. You can use a variety of techniques, but not every technique is suitable for every situation. This article discusses three of the best options for retrieving a server’s hardware configuration.

Prioritizing Incidents in Microsoft Defender for Business

Prioritizing Incidents in Microsoft Defender for Business

Microsoft Defender for Business tracks security incidents and deficiencies throughout the Microsoft 365 ecosystem. However, Defender’s recommendations are scattered throughout the Defender for Business Portal. This article explains how to find the most pressing security data so you can take action on it.

Configuring Microsoft 365 to Use a Custom Domain Name

Configuring Microsoft 365 to Use a Custom Domain Name

Most organizations have a domain name that corresponds to the name of their business. If your organization uses Microsoft 365, it’s possible to replace the default domain name with a custom one of your choosing. This article walks you through the configuration process and shows you how to register a custom domain name if you don’t already have one.

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